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Ever Feel Like Killing Your Boss?

Broken Rekids 96

Released on June 11, 2002

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Have You Never Been Mellow Voted #3  13%
2 Immitation Of Life  0%
3 Bionic Girl  4%
4 Terrorist  0%
5 Day By Day  0%
6 1984 Voted #1  25%
7 Burn Warehouse Burn  8%
8 Jesus  13%
9 Games Voted #2  17%
10 Subscription  4%
11 Stayfree  2%
12 Dead Bodies  0%
13 Gut Rage  0%
14 Destruction unit  10%
15 L-O-V-E (Another Damp Thing)  0%
16 Love In The Ruins  4%
17 Fuck You  0%
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Cody from Cypress, TX 
Oct 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is what I've been looking for. There is absolutely no bullshit in it at all. The Feederz mean business. My favorite track was BURN Warehouse BURN. I sing it in my head all day as I work in a warehouse. This is great punk Rock. Get this now.

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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Jul 10 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Very fun, bizarre shock rock, with a guitar sound similar to the Dead Kennedys or Minutemen. All the songs are about a minute and a half, but should really only be 45 seconds. A few hardcore ragers, and some '77-ish demented pop songs. Has the classic "Jesus Entering from the Rear", which is retitled "Jesus". A would-be classic, but with 3 or 4 too many throwaway songs.

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Vince from Monroeville, PA 
Jul 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

HOLY SHIT! this is sum anarchy mafuggaz. the feederz are like no other band ive ever heard in my life. there crazy 50s style sounding guitars on hardcore punk chords sounds sexy. he screeches and then sings. songs like Bionic Girl, 1984, Jesus, Games, and STAYFREE are sum instant classics. BUY DIS SHIT NIGGA AND TOKE DAT SHIT

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John from Ocean, NJ 
Dec 2 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

No matter how far mainstream music is willing to go in the name of shock for the sake of entertainment, there is always is usually a group that was not mainstream that did it earlier and did it better! ... The Feederz are an example of such a band with one major difference. It was real! This is there first album with such scathing lyrics and specifically anti-social lyrics set to offend one and all! It may not be you're heavy chuga chuga of metal or silly growling of crust but I am hard pressed to find many that equal their anger!... So fuck M. Manson, fuck SlipNOT, fuck BAD Charolette and fuck em all... the Feederz Rule!

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David from Amarillo, TX 
Jun 28 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is an absolute must-have for all you punkrockers out there. you will not find any EpiFAT popunk bullshit here, or any left-wing preaching. this cd is pure anarchy, and it is fucking hilarious! whenever i read the lyrics to the songs on this cd i was giggling like a school girl, and the comic strip is classic. i was surprised that the music is not extremely fast or loud, but very melodic (in a very good way). ever since i got this cd ive been singing "have you never been mellow" non-stop. the singer/guitar player Frank Discussion is a legendary for firing on crowds with assault rifles filled with blanks, and playing with dead animals around his neck, and gluing crickets to his head. this cd is everything punk rock should be, and out of all my cds, it is quickly becoming one of my favorites. every song is absolutely wonderful, BUY IT NOW!!!, and let the sand-paper cover wreak havoc on all your other defenseless records.

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